City Office Ried im Innkreis

Ried im Innkreis, Oberösterreich, Österreich
The former Gothic town hall was completely remodelled in 1653, when the façade was decorated with pictures and sayings from the founding saga.
It housed a "bread vault", in which the local bakers were allowed to take turns selling their bread, and a public "weighing vault". The "Bürgerstübl" became a "decent civilian restaurant" in 1791. In 1893, the building was given a romantic character, of which only a few details (tower, portal) remain today. The council chamber with the mayor's gallery and imperial portraits (Maria Theresa, Joseph II, Franz Joseph I), which refer to the historical events of 1779 (Peace of Teschen - the Innviertel becomes part of Austria) and 1857 (town elevation), have been preserved.
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City Office Ried im Innkreis
Hauptplatz 12
4910 Ried im Innkreis

Phone +43 7752 901 - 0
Fax machine +43 7752 71217 - 0
E-Mail office@ried.gv.at
Web www.ried.at
https://www.ried.at

Contact person
Mr Bürgermeister Bernhard Zwielehner
Hauptplatz 12
4910 Ried im Innkreis

Phone +43 7752 901 - 0
Fax machine +43 7752 71217 - 0
E-Mail buergermeister@ried.gv.at
Web www.ried.at

We speak the following languages

German

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